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RIBA unveils shortlist for Vauxhall missing link comp

The shortlisted entries for the RIBA Vauxhall, The Missing Link Design Competition, have been unveiled

The finalists are Erect Architecture working with J&L Gibbons; Cedric Chausse and Charlotte Portier (both London-based teams); and the Moscow-based Blank Architects.

The winner of the student category was a team from the University of Texas, made up of Frances Kellerman, Jeffrey Ziemann, Taylor Massey and Lauren Richter.

Chris Law, public realm and development director for the Vauxhall BID said: ‘Vauxhall One and RIBA are absolutely delighted with the submissions. To have so many from all over the world is testament to the interest in Vauxhall and Nine Elms on the South Bank. We hope we can do them justice and make Vauxhall a world class destination with a great public realm.’

The shortlisted teams will meet the client to discuss their designs in more detail, with a winner to be selected at the end of May.

All designs are being exhibited at the Garden Museum, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7LB until 19 April.

The shortlisted teams in the professional category are:
erect architecture with J&L Gibbons, London
Cedric Chausse & Charlotte Portier, London
Blank Architects, Moscow

Highly Commended were:
Irene Iacolino, Diego Astuto, Daniela Landi & Luigi Rapicavoli, London

Arkilab APS, Denmark

Igor Marko and Francis Moss, Marko & Placemakers, London

The winner of the student category is:

Frances Kellerman, Jeffrey Ziemann, Taylor Massey & Lauren Richter,

University of Texas – Austin

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